Idaho

Three Christmas Themed Idaho Road Trips
It's hard to believe that Christmas is less than a month away. In a year where you would think we would be bored and that days would seem like years, the Holidays have appeared to sneak upon us. One thing that 2020 has left us void of seems to be Christmas Spirit...
Guess Which Three Idaho Stars Are On Cameo
If you don't know what Cameo is, it's a service where ordinary people like us pay C to D list celebrities to send a video message to a friend. For the right amount of money, some celebrities will even do live calls. Each celebrity sets their own price, and they can range from $10 to $1000.…
Four Times Idaho Was Featured In Video Games
Sure, Idaho has been featured in books, movies, and music forever. Still, there's another medium that Idaho has been featured in. Movies might make Idaho look amazing, books make people think about moving here, and music makes us sound good...
This Famous Landmark's Idaho Roots
As you already know, Idaho is a pretty special place. Many Idahoans have had significant achievements in science, art, sports, and entertainment over the years. Olympic cyclist Kristen Armstrong, Patty Duke, Ernest Hemmingway, Christina Hendricks, Harmon Killebrew, Aaron Paul, and Nikki Sixx are all…
What Christmas Movie Character Represents Your Part of Town
It's almost Christmastime in the Treasure Valley. Usually, that means family, snow, Christmas movies, light displays, a weekend in McCall, tree lightings, crowded parking lots at Boise Town Square, and the Village at Meridian, and Christmas parades all over the valley...
Five Holiday Movies You Didn't Know Were Set In Idaho
We all have go-to Christmas movies that we watch every year. My family watches Elf, Four Christmases, Deck The Halls, Fred Claus, and Christmas With The Kranks multiple times each year. None of those movies were set in Idaho, but there are five movies that are...
Feel Good Friday: Boise Boy's FREE Flower Project
Max and Miles have now given out hundreds, 780 to be exact, bright flower bouquets to strangers all over Boise. They call it the “Free Flower Project” and even won a national award and $25,000 to make it bigger and better for next year.

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